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NOTES TO CHAPTER X.
L—CATALOGUE OF VALLABHJCCHJCBTA LITEBATUEE.
1.—Sanskrit vorks ascribed to the founder himself, divided into two cksses:
First, commentaries of considerable length on older writings of authority, being
four in number, ns., Bhagavata Tlka SubodUni, Yyasa Sutra BMshya^ Jaiminl
Satra Bhashya, and Tattva Dipa JSi ibandha, [None of these have I seen. Second-
ly, seveateen very short original poems entitled—Siddhanta Bahasya, Siddhanta
Miiktavaii, Pnshti Pravaha Maryada, Antah-karanah Prabodha, Fava Eatna,
Yiveka Dhairyasraya, Exishnasraya3 Bhakti Yaisdhanij Jala-bheda, Sannyasa
alraaya? Xirodharlakshaaa, Seva-phala, Bal-bodh^ Chatur-slokij Panch-sIoH3
Yanmnashtakam, and Paroshottama Sabasra-nama, Of all of these, except the
last, I have obtained copies from GokuL
n.—Sanskrit works ascribed to Vallahhachirya's iinmedkte successors.
These also are, for the most part? very short. The principal are as follows;
SarTottama-stoira.nl of Agui Kumar, Eatna Yirarna of Bitthabaatli^ Bhakti
Siddhanta Yivriti of Gokulnath, Yailabhashtakam of Bitthalnath3 Krishna
Premamritain of Bitthalnathj Siksha Patram? Goknlashtakarn, Prem-Amritain
of Goknkathj Sri Yallabha-hhaYashtakam. of Hari Dds, Madhur Ashtakam^
Saran Ashtakam^ Namavali Acharya? Samavali Goswami^ SiddMnta Bh^vaaa?
Tirodha Lakshaaa^ Srinagara Rasamandalnj SaranopadesOj Easa-Siadhuj Kal-
padmina} Mala Prasanga3 and Chita Prabodha.
HI.—Works in the modem vernacular^ i.e.9 the Braj-BMsha. Smch are the
51] Yarta, Chauriisi Yarta, Do Sam Bavan Yarta, Dwadasa Kunja
Mandala, Piimamasij Xitya-seVaprakara, Basa Bhavana Gokn!nath3 Yiic
amrita of Gokulsathj Bra] Bilas of Braj-basi Das3 Ban-J^tej Yallabhakyanaj
Dhola, ISltya-pada,, Sri Gobardhaa-nath Ji ka Pragatya^ Go§aia Ji Pragatya3
Mia BMTana? Swarupa BMvana, Guru Seva5 Seva-prakara Miila Piirashaj
Dasa Maramaj Yaishnava Baitisi Laialiaiia, Ghanrasi Siksha? Otsava Padm,
Yamuaa Ji Pada, and others.
IL—SPBGIMEH OF THE TONE AKD STYLE OF POPULAR YALMBHICHIBYA
LlTEBATUBE.
The following story of {how Bjrishan Das showed his devotion to the Go-
^ins5 is extracted from the Ghaiirasi Yarta, and is interesting as a specimen both
of the dialect and religious superstition of the locality, Thomgh written some
two hundred years ago? it raightj for all internal evidence to ihe contrary, have
Tbeem taken .down only yesterday^ word for wordj from the mouiih of a village